In recent years, many governments have issued policies guiding development of government clouds. In China, about 80% provinces require intensive government building, and 93% provinces demand data sharing based on Internet+ and smart city concepts.
In the next 5 to 10 years, government clouds and applications will evolve to support precise and coordinated governance. Thus, governments need to create innovative applications to not only support government office, but also improve governance and the service level. Innovative applications are indispensable for modern government clouds.
Siloed IT Systems
Governmental investment is scattered between different government bureaus with multiple data silos. There is no unified comprehensive platform, which can lead to repeated construction, difficult data collection and management.
Separate Management and Closed Systems
The platforms, systems, applications, and data life cycles are not managed in a unified manner, which can lead to severe information loss. Moreover, a large number of closed systems limit data sharing capabilities, resulting in vendor lock-in.
Insufficient Decision-making Support
Due to the lack of cross-bureau exchange and sharing of information, effective decision-making and analysis cannot be performed in a timely manner, making event development out of control.
The quality of applications, platforms, and open-source components in the complex government networks varies, leading to poor system security and reliability.
Huawei teams up with top partners in the industry to build a unified public service platform for governments based on HUAWEI CLOUD infrastructure. The platform provides government office, urban management, economic operation, and livelihood services. Leveraging its open architectures, HUAWEI CLOUD provides government customers with flexible deployment of standard, dedicated, and resident cloud services.
- Separation of data from services
- Unified data management, hitless service migration
- Systematic security assurance
- Flexible, on-demand IaaS capabilities
- Leading Big Data mining and analysis tools
- Advanced network-wide backup and disaster recovery
- Complete graphic management
Huawei helps Karamay build a cloud computing center serving more than 60 government bureaus including public security and healthcare.
Huawei enables the Ulanqab government to offer cloud services to over 50 bureaus. Ulanqab uses cloud computing to promote governance, livelihood, and business.
The Suzhou municipal government has moved the IT systems of about 50 bureaus to HUAWEI CLOUD, improving office automation and governance efficiency.
Huawei helps Xiangyang build a cloud computing center serving more than 40 bureaus including video surveillance and healthcare.
The Yuxi Cloud Computing Center supports service systems of over 30 bureaus, such as healthcare. Yuxi education cloud has become a model in China.